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Significant Winter Storm Impacting Northern New England, Strong Winds Likely Over The Mid Atlantic

Heavy wet snow and dangerous travel conditions will persist across much of northern New England into Friday. The combination of strong winds and wet snow may lead to downed trees and power outages. Further south across the Mid Atlantic region, strong winds gusting up to 50 mph will continue into Friday evening especially from Washington D.C. to New Jersey. Read More >

Acknowledgements

 

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Snow Data

Maine Geological Survey in cooperation with other Federal and State Agencies.

Hudson /Black River (NY) snow observers

Northeast Regional Climate Center ... Cornell University

 

Weather

Hundreds of NWS volunteer, cooperative observers throughout our region, who send in daily reports of temperature, rainfall, snow, and other data.

Skywarn spotters

Ham radio spotters

CoCoRaHs Observers

 

Stream Gaging

U.S. Geological Survey

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, District in Buffalo, NY and New England

 

National Weather Service

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